Michigan B-Ball Camp: Upperclassman Report

The Michigan Insider breakdown the top upperclassman from Michigan's one day basketball camp on Saturday.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan played host to its annual one day basketball camp today at the Crisler Center on Saturday. The camp was split into two sessions, a morning group for freshman and sophomores and an evening session for juniors and seniors.

Below is a report on some of the notable upperclassman from Saturday's camp.

2016 F — Austin Davis: The future Wolverine comes to work. He was a force inside, banging for rebounds, making buckets in traffic. He had a solid performance on Saturday. He’s a tough hard nosed player. He showcased a nice mid jumper too.

2016 C — Jon Teske: Standing at 7-foot, 220-pounds, Teske was the biggest player on the court. He was a force defensively with his rebounds and shot blocking. He had some nice finishes in the lane too. Will need to get stronger and develop more of a low post game, which should happen once he gets on campus.

2016 G — Christian David: A 6-6 combo guard with a calm playing style on the court. A native of Ontario, Canada, he can shoot and finish at the lane. Has point guard skills. His shot wasn’t consistent, but has a nice looking jumper.

2017 SF — Greg Floyd Jr.: Big time prospect who can play inside and out. He can pull up for an outside three or dribble drive to the hole. Will need to add weight to his 6-foot-8 frame, but overall can be perfect slasher/shooter in Michigan’s offense.

2017 G — Zach Gunn: Indianapolis (Ind.) Hamilton Southeastern standout who can fill it up from the outside. More of a scorer than a shooter. He’s not super athletic, so he won’t “wow” you athletically. Will need to work on defensive presence.

2017 PF — Jack Nunge: He showcased the best shot at the camp, making his outside three-pointer on a consistent basis. He’s one player you never want to leave open. At 6-9, he can get in the paint and rebound as well.

2016 C— Jaron Fauld: The Holt (Mich.) high standout was consistent all day with his low post game. He can finish at the lane and runs the floor well. He might not be a high Division-1 player, but is overall a nice player.

2016 PG — Justin Turner: Nice looking point guard who can finish at the rim. Can get his teammates involved but also has the ability to find his own shot.

2016 SG — Ibi Watson: One of the better dribble drivers in attendance. He split the defense for easy lay-ins throughout the camp. Stands at 6-5, will need to add weight to his frame. Is player to keep an eye on moving forward.

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